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DeafBlind people are rarely totally deaf and totally blind. Each individual's degree of hearing and vision loss is unique.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Deafblindness

  1. Does DeafBlind mean completely blind and completely deaf?
    • Definitions of Deafblindness
    • Terminology
  2. What is it like to be DeafBlind?
    • Diversity
    • Challenges
  3. What can DeafBlind people do?
    • Self-Determination
    • Supports:
      • Disability Rights Laws
      • Support Personnel and Service Dogs
      • Assistive Technology and Independent Living Aids
      • Consumer Advocacy Groups
  4. How do DeafBlind people communicate?
  5. How do DeafBlind people get around?
    • Orientation and Mobility (O&M) Training
      • Guide Dogs
      • Sighted Guide
      • Transportation
  6. What causes deafblindness?
    • Genetic Syndromes
    • Complications of Birth
    • Illness
    • Accident
    • Aging
  7. How many people are deafblind?
    • Statistics
    • DeafBlind Census
  8. Why do you keep capitalizing "DeafBlind" like that?
    • DeafBlind Cultural Identity
    • Medical View of Sensory Loss
  9. I want to ask a question that is not listed here. (Feedback Form)
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  1. DeafBlind People in History
    • Sanzan Tani
    • Julia Brace
    • Laura Bridgman
    • Helen Keller
    • Robert and Michelle Smithdas
    • John J. Boyer
    • Danny Delcambre
  2. DeafBlind/Disability Community History
  3. Minnesota DeafBlind History

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